Lima, January 13, 2022Updated on 01/13/2022 02:28 pm
There is a player who has remained in the memory of the fan of the peruvian team. That is Chris Wood. The striker of the New Zealand team that the Blanquirroja had to take care of in the matches for the playoff to Russia 2018. Today the attacker is news because Newcastle paid 30 million euros to have him in their ranks.
In the preview of Peru vs. New Zelada Back in late December, all eyes were on Chris Wood. He was the player to follow within a team with a squad that did not have many recognized names. Nor that they played in major leagues.
. In Peru, a whole investigation was carried out to find out more details about the career of this striker. Fortunately, he couldn’t do much in both games.
Christian Ramos and Alberto Rodríguez controlled it very well in both games. He looked everywhere to do harm, but in the end he had to resign himself to seeing how the peruvian team sealed his classification to Russia 2018.
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Last year Newcastle was sold to the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund. The group managed to buy 80% of the shares of the historic English club. This was a historic transaction for the large amount of money that was put on the table.
His project is to build the best team in the world. They are going step by step. The first reinforcement to arrive was Kieran Trippier for whom they paid 15 million euros to bring him from Atlético de Madrid.
They were looking for a striker. They tried to hit this pass market by bringing in a star; however Newcastle will wait for the next transfer window to surprise everyone. Within the possibilities they handled appeared Chris Wood.
In England it is being criticized that the amount is very exaggerated. Also, Chris Wood is 30 years old and not having a great season. In 17 games played in the Premier League he only scored 3 goals. When a club has money, it can do whatever it wants.